Our productions strive to be eco-friendly and achieve sustainable production standards. We consider environmental impacts in all that we do, from how we source materials to how we handle waste to how we model sustainable behaviors—on-screen and off.
Spider-Man believes that with great power comes great responsibility—including for our planet. Learn how The Amazing Spider-Man™ 2 became Sony Pictures’ most eco-friendly production.READ MORE
Think Like A Man achieved a first in motion picture history by using 100 percent LED lighting in the production—a change that reduced the film’s energy footprint while generating four times the amount of light as conventional sources.READ MORE
Think Like a Man Too, shot in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace, collaborated with Caesars’ CodeGreen program.READ MORE
This shoot demonstrated just how sustainable a production can be: composting 550 gallons of organic waste, reusing almost everything, and donating every last camera, film, and supply to community organizations in New York City.READ MORE
For our Feature and U.S. Television direct productions, we implement plans to reduce environmental impacts and model sustainable practices on-screen.
This program started with a commitment to plant one tree for every day of shooting, and it has grown—literally—from there. Today, each direct feature film supports a unique environmental give-back project, typically in its main shooting location.
We express our commitment to biodiversity and the preservation of natural resources by purchasing sustainably sourced or certified plywood whenever possible.
|REUSING FOR GREENER PRODUCTIONS|
Our films and TV programs currently reuse more than 5,000 sets and share more than 80,000 prop and wardrobe pieces—saving an estimated 1 million pounds of material every year.
We know entertainment has the power to influence public discourse, so we strive to showcase environmentally responsible choices, behaviors, and messages on small screens and big screens alike.
|Green Production Guide|
Sony Pictures and the other major studios joined the Producers Guild of America to create a Green Production Guide, which productions can use to help reduce the entertainment industry’s overall environmental impact.